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CHAPTER 6 - RENDEZVOUS

ranch-house. It could be that somebody had left after him but by taking a short cut across broken ground, had by-passed him. The trail made a loop and much time could be saved by cutting across the neck.
On the other hand Bill had put up a tale which he had thought plausible enough and had seen it accepted. If so, then why should anyone try to bump him off, believing that he wasn't interested in the Black Creek affair but was clearing ? That was a point, too.
Maybe he had been wrong and the attack had been launched impulsively by somebody who didn't know that he had said he was leaving Black Creek. Bill could only guess, but his thoughts served to indicate that those who had been present at the ranch-house could not be entirely exonerated.
He made a mental note that it would be interesting to discover when the others had left the ranch-house. If it could be proved that nobody had ridden away soon after Bill himself, then that would put them all in the clear. Bill, of all Deakin's rangers, had the most fluid mind. He could see all round a problem, could visualise possibilities. It made him very valuable to his boss.
His thoughts were interrupted, for into view ahead of him, plainly to be seen in the moonlight, appeared two riders, one of them leading a spare pony. Jake and Ned had arrived. They had waited at the rendezvous, had heard the shots and had come to investigate. On the way they had found Bill's pony.
" O.K. we'll move," said Bill. " Some guy laid for me but didn't get me. I didn't get him, either, except in the arm ; don't know who he was. He's cleared-now we've got to talk."

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